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The benefit is a subsidy, the amount of which depends on the regulatory base (RB) and the percentages applicable to it.

Percentage

In case of common diseases and non-work-related injury:
  • 60% from the 4th day to the 20th, inclusive.
  • 75% from the 21st day onwards.
    In case of work-related injury and occupational disease:
    • 75% from the day the worker becomes entitled to the benefit.

Temporary Disability/Unemployment

When workers are in a situation of temporary disability (TD) due to common contingencies and during that time their contract is terminated:

  • They will continue receiving TD benefit in an amount equal to their corresponding unemployment benefit until said situation comes to an end, and will then acquire legally unemployed status if the contract was terminated for any of the legal causes that give rise to said status and start receiving, if they meet the necessary requirements, their corresponding contributory unemployment benefit, having started receiving said benefit on the termination date of the contract, or the unemployment benefit. In this case, the time that they have been in the situation of TD will be subtracted from the period for collecting unemployment benefit and counted as having been used up, starting from the termination date of the employment contract.
  • The SPEE will pay the Social Security contributions, paying the full amount of the worker contribution for the period that is subtracted as having been used up, even when unemployment benefit has not been requested and without a situation of continuity it becomes a situation of permanent disability or retirement, or the death of the worker occurs that gives entitlement to death and survival benefits. 

When workers are in a situation of TD due to occupational contingencies and during that time their employment contract is terminated:

  • They will continue to receive the TD benefit in an amount equal to that which they were already receiving, until this situation comes to an end. They then acquire the status of legally unemployed and start receiving the corresponding unemployment benefit, if they meet the necessary requirements. In this case, the time spent in a situation of TD will not be subtracted from the period of receiving said benefit following the termination of the contract or unemployment benefit.

Unemployment/Temporary Disability

When the worker is receiving full unemployment benefit and enters into a situation of temporary disability (TD), the following categories must be differentiated:

  • In cases in which the TD is a reoccurrence of a previous situation that began during the term of an employment contract:

    • The amount the worker will receive for the TD benefit will be the same as the unemployment benefit.
    • In this case and in the event that the situation of TD continues once the unemployment period has finished, the worker will continue to receive same amount of TD benefit as they were previously receiving for unemployment benefit.
  • In cases in which the TD is not a reoccurrence of a previous situation that began during the term of an employment contract, but rather a new process:

    • The worker will receive the benefit for an amount equal to the unemployment benefit for this eventuality.
    • In this case and in the event that the situation of TD continues once the unemployment period has finished, the worker will continue to receive TD benefit equal to 80% of the monthly IPREM, excluding the proportional amount of the extra payments.

  • The period for collecting unemployment benefits will not be extended.

  • The Managing Body of the unemployment benefits will continue to pay the Social Security contributions (the employer contribution and the 35% supplement by which the worker contribution is reduced). 
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